CPL 2020: Match 22, Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Barbados Tridents – Green's economical spell, Santner-Rashid's partnership and more stats

CPL 2020: Match 22, Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Barbados Tridents – Green’s economical spell, Santner-Rashid’s partnership and more stats

Here are all the statistical highlights from a big win of Guyana Amazon Warriors over Barbados Tridents.

Guyana Amazon Warriors
Guyana Amazon Warriors. (Photo by Randy Brooks – CPL T20/CPL T20 via Getty Images)

Barbados Tridents succumbed to their 3rd successive defeat as the Guyana Amazon Warriors thumped them by 8 wickets on Tuesday. After electing to bat first, the Tridents were 9/4 after four overs as they lost a wicket in all four overs. Soon, it became 27/8 by end of the 12th over as Barbados looked set to bag some embarrassing records. However, Mitchell Santner (36 off 27) and Rashid Khan (19 off 15) added 48 runs for the 9th wicket to pull Tridents to 92. Guyana chased down the target in 16.4 overs with Brandon King scoring an unbeaten fifty.

Here are all the statistical highlights from Guyana Amazon Warriors’ big win over Barbados Tridents:

Yet another low total for Tridents:

92 – The total of 92/10 by Barbados Tridents is 2nd the lowest total in the CPL by a team batting full 20 overs. The lowest is 89/7 by the Tridents themselves on Sunday against the St Lucia Zouks.

92 – The Barbados Tridents’ total of 92 is the first total below the 100-run mark in the Twenty20 matches at the Brian Lara stadium. The previous lowest T20 total here was 104/7 by Jamaica Tallawahs against Guyana earlier this season.


Green’s tight spell:

2 – Chris Green became the first player of Guyana Amazon Warriors to bowl more than one maiden in a CPL match. Green, in fact, is only the 3rd player in the CPL history to bowl two or more maiden overs.

Three of Mohammad Irfan’s four overs for Barbados Tridents in the 2018 edition match against SKN Patriots were maidens. Shoaib Malik also bowled two maidens for Tridents against Antigua Hawksbills in the 2013 season.

3 – The three runs conceded by Chris Green in this game are the joint-fewest runs given away in four overs during a CPL match for the Guyana Amazon Warriors. Sunil Narine (vs Antigua Hawksbills in 2013) and Sohail Tanvir (vs Barbados Tridents in 2017) are the other two players who conceded only three runs in a CPL match for Guyana.

Overall, Green’s three runs are the joint 2nd fewest runs conceded by any player in a CPL match during his four overs. Mohammad Irfan conceded just a run in the 2018 season game for the Tridents against SKN Patriots.


Worst start to a CPL inning:

2 – The Barbados Tridents’ opening pair became only the 2nd in CPL history to bag ducks in the same match. The Jamaica Tallawahs’ opening pair earlier this season became the first to do also during a game against Guyana.

3 – Kyle Mayers was the only batsman in Barbados Tridents who got off the mark in this game. This is only the 2nd instance in the CPL where a team had as many as three of the top four batters bagging ducks. Jamaica had three of their top four getting dismissed for a duck during the 2016 season match also against Guyana Amazon Warriors.

27/8 – Barbados Tridents’ total of 27/8 is the lowest score in the history of franchise T20 leagues at the loss of 8th wicket. No team before the Tridents have lost their 8th wicket for a total of less than 40 or in a franchise T20 league match.


A record partnership between Santner and Rashid:

48 – The 48-run partnership between Mitchell Santner and Rashid Khan is now the highest for the 9th wicket in the CPL. The previous highest 9th wicket CPL stand was 36* by Kevon Cooper and Fawad Ahmed for TKR against SKN Patriots in 2018.


Best bowling in Tarouba:

4/14 – Naveen-ul-Haq’s bowling figures of 4/14 are now the best bowling figures in the T20 format at the Brian Lara Stadium surpassing Keemo Paul’s 4/19 earlier this season against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots.


King’s superlative record against Tridents:

112.67 – Brandon King has a batting average of 112.67 in the CPL against the Barbados Tridents. The Guyana opener scored 338 runs against Tridents in six CPL innings with help of a century and three fifties.